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Pedagogies of Survival in Rural Transmigrant Mexico
Epic Cultural Collisions in Sixteenth-Century America
Charles D. Poston’s 1854 Exploration of Mexico and the Gadsden Purchase
Arizona's Crusading Seven-Term Governor
One Man’s Yearlong Obsession with the Grand Canyon State
Big Pine of the Southwest
Fleeing a failed marriage and haunted by ghosts of his past, Luis Alberto Urrea jumped into his car and wandered the West from one year’s spring through the next. Hiking into aspen forests and poking alongside creeks in the Rockies, he sought solace and wisdom. As nature opened Urrea’s eyes, writing opened his heart. In journal entries that sparkle with discovery, Urrea ruminates on music, poetry, and the landscape, reminding us all to experience the magic and healing of small gestures, ordinary people, and common creatures. Wandering Time offers Urrea’s most intimate work to date, a luminous account of his own search for healing and redemption.
Telescopic Views and Interpretations, 1609-1909
The Making of Archaeology in the Americas
Ancient Maya Performances of Ritual, Memory, and Power
New Perspectives on Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the Dead
The Archaeology of Cremation in Cultural Context
The Archaeology of Early Villages in Central New Mexico
Marginality and Memory in the Conservation of Biological Diversity
Where Wealth and Poverty Collide
Transformations of Identity and Power
Contested Voices, Indian Captivity, and the Legacy of King Philip's War
Indigeneity and Belonging in the Americas
Interviews with Critics of Chicana/o Literature
Writing Tusán in Peru
Chicano Art, Indigenous Sovereignty, and Lowriding Across Turtle Island
Literary and Cultural Inquiries
Healing in an Age of Indigenous Human Rights
A New Paradigm Linking Conservation, Culture, and Rights
Pipeline Politics, Global Environmentalism, and Indigenous Rights in Bolivia
Offering a critique of both free-market piracy and the dilemmas of resource nationalism, From Enron to Evo is groundbreaking book for anyone concerned with Indigenous politics, social movements, and environmental justice in an era of expanding resource development.
Rethinking Western Women's History and the North American West
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